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If any person or group wish to be shown round then please contact us. The advantage of being led round is that we can identify lizards and birds when they may otherwise would be missed.

 

Acton Wildlife is a small community reserve situated in Acton, Suffolk, ten miles South West of Bury St Edmunds.

It is owned by Acton Parish Council and managed by volunteers from the local community, while working in partnership with the Suffolk Wildlife Trust (S.W.T.)

It is primarily a reptile site which is continually being developed to enhance this aspect of wildlife. However, we hope it will become a site that protects small mammals, birds and also enhances different species of wild flowers.

The site contains links to other sites such as the S.W.T. and other local sites. We hope that we have included all the information that is helpful as far as a budding conservationist is concerned. We are always open to advice and ideas for other items to include on this website so please use our contact form.

 

The local cubs set up the bird feeders on the site and take a continual interest, incorporating their work in the `Environmental group award`. If you are interested in joining the Acton & Waldingfield Scout group please e-mail Cliff Dark for more info on the Scouts in general click here.

 

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Grid ref:TL895/452Size:3/4 AcresParking: On roadWalking conditions: GoodAccess: All yearDogs: On lead Best time to visit: SummerNear to: Cornard mere

 

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There is a wealth of information that has been painstakingly written up on this web site. We would prefer if you would contact us before copying any pages or reusing pictures from our site. We try to encourage wildlife interest both locally and nationally and would like stories or links to other sites so we can continue to build a strong network of like minded people.

 

 

****Alan Sawyer is now part of a Sudbury group Called Woodland- BATS, which has been formed to promote biodiversity Around the Sudbury area. We will be especially working with Ashwell Developments towards the Chilton Woods project. Please contact us for more information. ...... Enjoy our site......

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

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